Gisele Bundchen Likes Dunkin’ Donuts, Meditating
The supermodel told the Wall Street Journal about her affinity for Munchkins and how she feels about her husband, Tom Brady's, future in the NFL.
Gisele Bundchen is very famous and, as detailed in a Wall Street Journal profile, very aspirational.
She’s into crystals, yoga, and turning off cell phones during family time. She’s, in the emailed words of Donatella Versace, “living proof that women can do anything.” She’s positive—a “sunbeam,”—and seemingly as down to Earth as one of the most famous people in the world could possibly be.
She also likes Dunkin’.
Yes, the supermodel who composes half the couple notorious for an insanely strict diet regimen has a weak spot for Munchkins.
“I cannot have one. I have to have, like, 10,” Bundchen, articulating a sentiment we can all identify with, said to the Journal. “They’re so tiny. … It’s a guilty pleasure.”
After 10 years in New England, of course Bundchen likes Dunkin’. The siren song of the magenta and orange is impossible to resist. She is as weak as the rest of us in the face of a glazed orb of dough, as she is entitled to be.
When she’s not eating Munchkins—which, realistically, is most of the time—Bundchen, according to the Journal, likes to meditate, hang around in jeans and t-shirt, and spend time with her family.
She’s one of the most powerful women in the world, but she told the Journal she’s not using that power to pressure her husband, Tom Brady, to retiring from football. Despite previous reports that she’d asked him to hang up his cleats and has expressed concerns about football-related head injuries, she said the end of Brady’s football career is ultimately his decision.
“He has a laser focus on just winning and being the best, and I said, ‘You know what? This is what you’re doing right now in your life, and you need to feel complete in it,’” she told the Journal. “As long as he’s happy, he’s going to be a better father, he’s going to be a better husband, and I just want him to be happy.”